The short answer to this question is Yes. Legally speaking, military members (both past and present) are afforded the same rights to file for Bankruptcy as all civilians are. While military members are expected to adhere to a greater financial responsibility, their legal right to liquidate their debts and protect themselves and their families from creditors is still available.
Filing bankruptcy will have lasting implications for a military member; however, this is true for any consumer. This is why we offer a free consultation to discuss with you and your family what effect filing for bankruptcy could have on your future plans. In addition to helping you and your family absolve your debt, our services to not end there. As your counsel we are dedicated to seeing you through the entire process and most importantly helping you to get back on your feet again.
Our firm has experience filing Bankruptcies for military families. We know the implications and we know how to best structure your Bankruptcy plan to adhere to your military future.
As an expression of our dedication to our community and our appreciation for the service of the men and women in our Armed Services (and their families), we perform all Bankruptcies for active duty personnel and of course also our veteran community at 50% of standard costs.